Horvath, Archuleta to wed Friday

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Kimberly Lynn Horvath, right, and Stephen Thomas Archuleta will wed March 18, 2016.

Kimberly Lynn Horvath, right, and Steven Thomas Archuleta will wed March 18, 2016.

High school sweethearts Kimberly Lynn Horvath and Steven Thomas Archuleta will finally exchange their vows on their 10-year anniversary, at the Johnson Ranch Golf Course, The Terrace on Friday, March 18, 2016. The bride is the daughter of Mitzi Garcia and Jerry Cantrell and the granddaughter of Bertha Martinez and sister to Jennifer, Estephanie, and Carrie Ribeiro. Steven is the son of Thomas and Christine Archuleta. The couple will enjoy a honeymoon cruise trip to Ensenada, Mexico.

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